12 Easy Pakora Recipes for Ramadan Iftar

Easy Pakora Recipes for Ramadan Iftar

Nothing feels better than sitting with family on iftar table and eating hot pakoras. This Pakistani staple dish is a must-have as any Iftar is incomplete without a variation of this. The popularity of pakoras lies not only in their unique flavour profile, but also in their affordability.This Ramadan, we say give into the craving all over again because I’ve got a bunch a delicious pakora recipes for you to try.

12 Easy Pakora Recipes for Ramadan Iftar
12 Easy Pakora Recipes for Ramadan Iftar

The majority of Pakora recipes, I am sharing here, can be prepared and cooked in 30 minutes or less, from start to finish. Whether it’s potato pakora, spinach pakoras or chicken pakoras, I hope, you’ll enjoy of these Pakora recipes.

1.Crunchy Chicken Pakora 

Crunchy Chicken Pakora is a tasty Iftar snack loved by almost all age groups. It can easily be prepared and very tasty to be served for iftar.

Try out in during this Ramadan and enjoy your iftar times with this delicious and simple Crunchy Chicken Pakora recipe. These chicken bites are tender and soft from the inside and crunchy from outside. It can be served with tamarind chutney, ketchup or chili sauce.

Crunchy Chicken Pakora Recipe
Crunchy Chicken Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Crunchy Chicken Pakora Recipe

You can also find more =>>Chicken Pakora Recipes here.

2. Egg Pakora

I always love to try different pakora recipes for iftar during Ramadan and Egg Pakora is one of my all time favorite. There’s a huge variety of pakora, among them egg pakora  (fritters) has its own taste which make it different from other. These tasty treats are easy to make for an Iftar snack. Simply a irresistible pakora, this happens to be. Quick and easy to make, when you have a guest at Iftar suddenly.

You just need to some hard boil eggs and basic pakora ingredients. To make these delicious pakoras, boiled eggs are dipped in a spiced batter and deep fried until golden.   Let check it with step by step method. Goes great with brown chutney, ketchup or chili garlic sauce.

Egg Pakora Recipe for Ramadan
Egg Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Egg Pakora Recipe

3. Spinach Pakora (Palak Pakora)

Palak pakoras or Spinach Pakoras are wafer thin, crispy and crunchy mouthwatering snacks made with fresh spinach leaves. You don’t really need a well-stocked kitchen to prepare this, just get some spinach, and some gram flour and you will be minutes away from the most awesome Iftar snack you will have in a long time. Spinach leaves coated with spicy chickpea flour (besan) batter and then deep fried. They are very easy and quick to make. This is probably the best (and the quickest) recipe to prepare an amazing Iftar snack to enjoy with your family.

They are served with many different ways and they always taste great but the taste of deep fried spinach pakoras becomes more yummy when eaten with Apricot Chutney. They are rich in calories & super yummy in taste.. Give it a try.

Spinach Pakora (Palak Pakora) Recipe
Spinach Pakora (Palak Pakora) Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Spinach Pakora Recipe

4. Fish Pakora

I love fish in all forms from baked to grilled, fried etc. Fish Pakora is another wonderful Iftar recipe of Pakistan which is popular in home cooking during the Month of Ramadan. The Crispy Fish pakora is not only mouthwatering but also very easy and quick to make at home.

Tender, juicy bite sized cubes of fish are coated in a spicy batter and fried till a golden perfection. Resulting in the crispiest and most delicious morsels of fish imaginable. These go beautifully with any dip of choice. You can as well tuck these in a wrap along with some freshly chopped salad, yum!
Try out these crispy and delectable Fish Pakoras, a tasty Iftar snack with your favorite dipping sauce.I am sure you are going to love this recipe.

Fish Pakora Recipe for Ramadan Iftar
Fish Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>>  Fish Pakora Recipe

5. Stuffed Mirch Pakora

A spicy delicious Ramadan treat for those who enjoy the hot green chilies. Stuffed Mirch Pakora is a different type of pakora and has a very delicious taste.  A  savoury, saucy and spicy selection of nibbly bits and pakora to set your taste buds tingling. Perfect Iftar snack for your family in Ramadan. It goes great with Mango chutney.

To prepare these stuffed mirch pakoras green chilies are stuffed with tamarind pulp, pomegranate seeds and mint chutney then they are dipped in chickpea (besan) flour batter and deep fried. They are so many different ways to prepare these spicy pakoras, if you do not like hot then use mild chilies. If you do not want to stuff the chilies then use finger chilies, just dip them in the batter and fry them, either way they are delicious.

Stuffed Mirch Pakora Recipe for Ramadan Iftar
Stuffed Mirch Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Stuffed Mirch Pakora Recipe

6. Keema Pakora (Chicken Mince Pakora)

Chicken pakoras are common but Keema pokaras are rare and delicious so need to try it. In these pokoras chicken is added in minced form which makes it more delicious. Your way to celebrate a fast or a feast. I googled to check if I am the only weird person to come up with such solution and found out there are people who have made Keema Pakora !
This pakora is perfect as a Iftar snacks item. Keema Pakora Recipe is not difficult at all but needs some magic of your hands (meaning a little bit of experience is required). But don’t worry, I am laying out the caveats and exact steps to get the perfect Keema Pakora everytime. Of course the more you make the expert you become. One more thing, this pakora tastes awesome with green chutney. You must try it for Iftar party.

Keema Pakora Recipe
Keema Pakora Recipe

Do give it an attempt as its easy.

Find Recipe here=>>  Keema Pakora Recipe

 7.French Fries Pakora

Potato pakora’s are one of the most popular Iftar Item here in Pakistan, and all most liked by everybody. But for a change, I give a twist of normal Potato Pakora recipe and made it in french fries form.They have crispy and spicy fried chickpea batter layer outside and soft potato sticks inside.

French Fries Pakoras are an exciting twist on french fries, and they are great to serve with Chili Sauce or as an Iftar Snack. Super simple to make and very tasty and crispy to eat.

Try a bit at your next get-together and impress your friends and family with a new twist of flavor!

French Fries Pakora Recipe for Ramadan Iftar
French Fries Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> French Fries Pakora Recipe

8. Cauliflower Pakora 

The great thing about pakoras is that you can use any vegetable you wish, my personal favorite is cauliflower,spinach, potato or if I’m feeling extra fancy cheese.

Cauliflower pakoras are tasty, crunchy, golden brown tea time snack or Iftar snack loved by not only in Pakistan but around the world. These delicious, crisp and spicy cauliflower pakoras are easy to make and are the perfect Iftar starter or Iftar party food treat that are sure to go down a treat. These pakoras are crunchy form outside and soft from inside.

To prepare this delicious Gobi pakora first cauliflower is cut into small florets then dipped in a spicy besan batter which is prepared with Besan (gram flour) and spices are added to it according to personal preference than these florets are deep fried. Goes great with green chutney or tomato sauce.

Cauliflower Pakora Recipe for Ramadan Iftar
Cauliflower Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Cauliflower Pakora Recipe

You can also find more =>> Veggie Pakora Recipes here.

9. Noodles Pakora

Love noodles and chicken? Let make a delicious fritters with combination of both tasty ingredients ~ A slight twist of noodles. Very easy to prepare and mouthwatering noodle pakora recipe using boiled noodles ,spices and green chilies. Try this noodles pakora recipe to spice up your Iftar. This crispy Iftar item tastes superb with coriander and tomato chutney. Go relish!

Find Recipe here=> Noodles Pakors Recipe

10. Crispy Onion Rings Pakora 

Crispy Onion Rings Pakora are delicious, mouthwatering very tempting and hard to resist. Hot onion rings pakora with chutney, there simply cannot be a better combination. Very simple and quick to make Iftar snack.

Onion Fritters are made with Onion rings, gramflour (besan) and Spices. First the batter is made by mixing besan (gram flour) with water then the spices are added to it to give flavor then ring onions are dipped in batter and deep fried. They are are crunchy and crispy when they are hot. Pakoras are best hot fresh from the frying oil, however they can be reheated on a cookie sheet in the oven. These tasty appetizers are best offered and served with a spicy chutney, or as my brother likes them with tomato ketchup.

Crispy Onion Rings Pakora Recipe for Ramadan Iftar
Crispy Onion Rings Pakora Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Crispy Onion Rings Pakora Recipe 

11. Surprise Egg Pakora

Pakoras are one snack associated with Iftar here in Pakistan. Sinking your teeth into crisp Surprise Egg Pakora is a sensual pleasure. These surprise egg Pakora’s are our Family Favorites.
To prepare this delicious pakora first egg slice covered in between 2 thin potato slices then dipped in spicy chickpea (besan) batter then deep fried. These pakora are served with Hari chutney or tomato sauce. It’s a perfect recipe for a quick and easy Iftar Snack. A great new way to make Pakoras!

Surprise Egg Pakora Recipe for Ramadan Iftar

Give it a try and surprise your guests and family with this Surprise Egg Pakora recipe. ENJOY!

Find Recipe here=>> Crunchy Chicken Pakora Recipe

12. Brinjal Pakora Sticks 

Brinjal Pakora Sticks are a tempting finger food snack, soft brinjal sticks inside and spicy crust, is a starter which can be prepared instantly. Everyone relish eating these, especially in Iftar and during Rainy season.

This recipe is one of the most simplest recipes. Just cut the brinjal into thin sticks. Mix all the spices, seasoning, gram flour, water dip then brinjals and deep fry. The only challenge while making pakoras are how to make them crispy??? add some rice flour which aids in making crispy exterior also the temperature should be hot before deep frying them. Hope these tips helps you in making crunchy fritters.

They taste well with dry spicy mango chutney, green chutney, tomato sauce or chili sauce. But a hot cup of tea is a must to go along with pakoras.

Brinjal Pakora Sticks Recipe
Brinjal Pakora Sticks Recipe

Find Recipe here=>> Brinjal Pakora Sticks Recipe 

You can also find more =>>Pakora Recipes here.

I would like my readers to try out and learn various recipes of pakoras  or fritters and do give us your feedback.

Happy Productive Ramadan!

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One response to “12 Easy Pakora Recipes for Ramadan Iftar”

  1. Margarita Avatar

    WOW just what I was looking for. Came here by searching for lunch

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